Friday, 30 September 2016

The Woolpack Inn

Hello lovelies,

At the end of August, James & I spent a few days exploring Somerset & Bath. My parents had kindly bought us a two-night stay at a B'n'B in Beckington & tickets to Longleat. I wanted to share with you today the lovely B'n'B we stayed at called The Woolpack Inn.

We arrived quite late in the evening on 23rd August, as James had work till 7pm that night. Travelling from home, it took us around 2 & a bit hours, so not too bad. The B'n'B is also a pub, so it didn't matter about our late arrival. We checked in & headed up to our room, which was a superior double.

It was such a stunning little pub & our room was beautiful. It was on-suite with a small sofa area. It looked out onto the main village road, but there was hardly any traffic & it wasn't unusual to hear horses trotting past in the morning!

Breakfast was between 8-10am in the morning & no need to book, so you walked down to the breakfast room at your own leisure. We wanted to leave the pub quite early to get to Longleat at 10am, picking up lunch on route, so we headed down on our first morning around 8.30am & the second around 9.30am.

There was a lovely selection on the menu, including a full English, scrambled egg on toast or you could help yourself to the breakfast buffet, which included cereals & muffins & a wide selection of juices.

We then headed to Longleat (separate post coming soon!) & decided to have an evening meal back at the pub.

James & I decided to share the garlic bread for starter, I had fajitas for main & James had a burger. Our main meal was very nice & service was fantastic throughout, but we weren't keen on the garlic bread. It was covered in a very odd sauce, which neither of us were amazingly fussed on, but overall, it was very good value for money, as we did have wine too!

We went for a walk after dinner that night & found ourselves walking around the quaint little village in the rain, but it was too good not to explore, despite the fact we got wet!

I can't rate this pub enough, we seriously had such a wonderful stay & the staff were lovely. Beckington is the perfect place if you want somewhere quiet & away from a main town to stay, but only a short journey into a main city.

Have you ever visited Beckington or Somerset?

Make sure you pop back soon to check out our adventure at Longleat! : )


  1. Aww, such a gorgeous post hunnie, totally enjoyed hearing about your lovely, blissful stay at The Woolpack Inn. Beckington sounds like such a serene, tranquil place, I always like visiting those kind of places as you truly feel as though you've had a nice break away from everything and come back feeling all the more chilled and relaxed for it. Somerset and Bath are such scenic places and sound all the amazing for a nice break away. The on-suite looks so cute and perfect, as does the gorgeous food! Beckington really does sound divine, I'm not a city girl at all so always enjoy escaping to beautiful parts of the country like that :)

    I've only been to Somerset and that was when I was fourteen (worryingly quite a while ago now haha) but from what I can remember it was a stunning place to explore and enjoy. My boyf and I visited Bath a while back and it's so gorgeous there, all those shops; yes please ;) So happy to hear you fully enjoyed your stay babe as you deserve it my love! I can't wait to read all about your adventures in Longleat! <3

    Sophie | soinspo xo

    1. Girly, you leave me the most adorable comments, thankyou so much!

      They stay was amazing & I would go back in a heartbeat. The shops in Bath were one of my highlights! I've just written a post all about our day out if you wanted to have a read! Would love to see if we'd been to any of the same places xx

  2. This place looks amazing. I would love to go stay there myself some time. 💋💕

    With love, Alisha Valerie. x ||


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